Violence and Peace
From the Atomic Bomb to Ethnic Cleansing
Building a bridge between political philosophy and the analysis of current affairs, as well as between the author's personal experience and the collective dramas of the twentieth century, Pierre Hassner stresses two major features of our time: the decline of interstate war as a realistic prospect, and the increase in domestic and transnational violence.
About the Author
Pierre Hassner is Research Director at the Centre d'études et de recherches internationales (CERI) in Paris and Professor at both the Institut d'Études Politiques, Paris and the Johns Hopkins University Bologna Center.
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